This is something I will replay a lot!
For me this concept is so new and it’s pretty freaking cool!
The more time I spend on it, it gets better, it is like a real movie, it was so realistic! Does it really exist in real life? It is a masterpiece.
The journey sounds or feels like something from your own life, but it's something that so many people can relate to. The first-person method that you use is great to get the reader/listener more involved. The open questions that you use, like for example, "trees seem to think that my hidden power is," are amazing because they make me actually want to respond to that question myself, in my own life. It will help with self-esteem development and discovering who you are and your purpose.
The part where Naraya uses the tobacco mixes in the nostril (that is called Rapé, or we call it that here) - I tried it once, it burns, but it gets you so relaxed and cleans your body and brain.
The questions again, amazing. While you are in that meditative state, you open some forgotten memories. Wow, for me, that's the best part. It's like you are me, and you are describing or living something that we all want to experience. We all want to "move towards our hearts." Amazing. While on that experience, you still feel insecure, afraid, still trying to find validation, but the people you meet, the experience, the peace, they start teaching you to take risks and trust yourself. Don't second guess.
The part where I was in the boat and the ocean started going crazy, I felt real fear. Drowning is a huge fear, and staying calm in that situation, damn. Going to the bottom of the ocean and just losing hope but enjoying the beauty one last time. It reminded me of this quote from the movie Fight Club, "losing all hope was freedom" or "only when you've lost everything are you free to do anything.” This is something I will replay a lot! It’s for fun, for learning for everything. So cool! Thank you!